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Posted on Friday, October 21st, 2005 under Sketches | No comments

And here is what I am hoping will be the star feature of that "something" I mentioned earlier. I am going to keep working on his arms and shirt stylings so that I can get them to be exactly what I am looking for, but everything else just needs a bit of tweaking.

Adam and Vanessa made fun of his belly and said it looked like his body was on backwards ... I can see that, but I definitely like the idea of a skinny kid with a bit of a belly. I will try some other stuff with his hair too.

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